Stephanie Trick | Something More

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Something More

by Stephanie Trick

This album features three swinging musicians -- Stephanie Trick on piano, Danny Coots on drums, and Jay Hungerford on bass -- playing the upbeat and melodic jazz of the 1920s and 30s.
Genre: Jazz: Stride
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1. Rosetta
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4:29 album only
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2. Jubilee Stomp
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2:34 album only
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3. I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter
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4:04 album only
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4. Look Out, Lion, I've Got You!
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3:46 album only
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5. You Took Advantage of Me/Taking a Chance on Love
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6. Honky Tonk Train Blues
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7. In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree
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8. The Minor Drag
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9. These Foolish Things
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10. Valentine Stomp
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11. Tango Seville
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12. Passionette
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13. Two Sleepy People
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14. Black Beauty
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15. Keep Your Temper
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This album features three swinging musicians -- Stephanie Trick on piano, Danny Coots on drums, and Jay Hungerford on bass -- playing the upbeat and melodic jazz of the 1920s and 30s.


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CincyChris

Amazing talent
Stephanie Trick is one of the finest performers of stride piano in the world, but her versatility is on display in her new album, 'Something More.' She includes some stride numbers such as Willie the Lion Smith's, 'Keep Your Temper' and 'Valentine Stomp,' but demonstrates her excellence in playing boogie-woogie, jazz and blues as well on this recording. She combines with award-winning drummer Danny Coots and bassist Jay Hungerford in a manner that allows each instrument to compliment the entire piece. Her improvisations are brilliant on many of the numbers, including an up-tempo version of the old standard, 'Taking a Chance on Love.' As celebrated jazz and stride artist Dick Hyman has correctly noted, Stephanie is 'something more.' She really proves it on this album, and I wouldn't be surprised if a Grammy Award is in her future.